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Cobalt proudly provides security services, security guard services, and complete security solutions with unmatched expertise and professionalism in Ventura County and the San Fernando Valley of West Los Angeles County in California. Recognizing that protection requirements are unique to each site and situation, our private security specialists in California work closely with each client to formulate a customized security plan that is as functional as it is effective. With our clients’ safety and security at the forefront, our highly trained, proficient, and personable officers are equipped to consistently deliver protection for persons and property alike.

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Cobalt Security is committed to providing the best private security services in California tailored to the specifications of our clients in Ventura County and the San Fernando Valley of West Los Angeles County. We understand that there are no two sites or events that are the same and realize that every situation requires specific customization.

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People spend a majority of their time at work. The best benefit that an employer or property manager can give to their employees or tenants, is the knowledge that they, along with their property, will be safe.

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Cobalt Security provides security in California for all types of events, including (but not limited to) the following: Weddings, Concerts, Festivals, Corporate Events, Birthdays, Charity Events / Fund Raisers, Sports Games, art shows / galleries, Bar Mitzvahs, Quinceañeras and Award Ceremonies.

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Your residents will quickly realize secure their neighborhood is with our home owner’s association security services. With our focus on customer service and work ethic, we work hard to make sure residents are not only safe, but fully satisfied with our security services.

Agriculture Security

Security is incredibly important to agriculture and farm land. Cobalt’s agriculture security services can help your farm run smoothly. Our job at Cobalt Security is to protect your property from poachers and theft, ensuring that you can focus on production and maintain maximum profit from your yield.

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With the increasing population in Southern California, parking and parking spaces are in high demand. Cobalt Security partners with HOAs, gated communities, and apartment complexes to enforce parking rules and regulations, keeping residents and their guests happy and safe.

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According to a Nixle statement issued by the Ventura County Sheriff's Office,

"In recognition of the need for advanced mental health treatment and services in the custody setting, the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office in early 2019 created the Therapeutic Inmate Management Unit (TIMU) as a means to address the many needs of mentally ill persons who have been incarcerated.

The goal of the TIMU is to ensure the quality treatment of inmates with mental illnesses that aligns with the values of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office and the communities we serve.

The team has implemented quality of life changes within the jail environment by offering various treatment programs to inmates with mental illnesses.

The TIMU is comprised of Sheriff’s Deputies and Sheriff’s Service Technicians (SST’s) who were selected because of their commitment to helping others, especially those with mental illnesses.

Deputies and SST’s are part of a permanent rotation within the jail setting to help foster consistency within the mentally ill population, as we know this is essential to promoting healthy relationships with individuals with mental illnesses.

These deputies and SST’s are an important component to the TIMU’s goal and are a big part of its current success. In addition, the deputies and SST’s undergo advanced training specific to mental health issues and crisis intervention.

Our staff’s commitment to those inmates with mental illnesses has fostered relationships of trust and have created a safer environment for all within the jails.

Since the creation of the TIMU, the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office, Detention Services Division has seen a significant decrease in use of force incidents and fewer incidents of inmates expressing suicidal ideations within the mentally ill population.

The members of the unit encourage socialization techniques, which include group activities such as watching movies, listening to music, and art appreciation.

The TIMU has also established an inmate incentive program specific to psychiatric inmates which has been successful in curbing some negative behaviors and increasing inmate hygiene.

The incentive program rewards positive behavior by assigning point values to all activities such as having a clean cell, taking their medications, participating in programs, exercise, personal hygiene, and getting along with fellow inmates. The inmates can then use the points they earned throughout the week to get hygiene items and snack items from the TIMU at the end of each week.

The TIMU works closely with Wellpath, our medical partners within the jail setting. In consultation

with mental health professionals and mental health programs from other correctional facilities, the TIMU completed a repainting of the psychiatric sections in the jail. The paint scheme was changed to colors deemed more therapeutic to psychiatric inmates, and some of the correctional grade fixtures were removed and replaced with sand filled furniture that can be moved by the inmates to different locations within the dayroom.

In addition, the TIMU acts as a liaison to family members and caretakers of inmates. TIMU deputies maintain contact with family members and provide them with updates on their loved ones as well as obtain information about the inmate’s psychiatric history and ways to mitigate behaviors."

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1-16-20 • Ventura • 11:40pm • Ventura City Fire and Ventura County Fire crews responded to reports of a vegetation fire in the fields off of Olivas Park Drive and Telephone Road.

Crews arrived on scene and located at least two spot fires with both being approximately 20x300 in size in a row of eucalyptus trees. Due to the suspicious nature of the incident, Crews believe the fires were intentionally started and a Arson investigator was called to the scene.

It took crews several hours to control the fire due to the lack of water supply.

Firefighters remained on scene throughout the night on fire watch and to conduct an overhaul operation.

Ventura City Fire and Ventura County Fire are investigating.

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10:09am on Saturday morning, January 16 of 2021, the Simi Valley Police Department and Ventura County Fire Department were dispatched to a reported vehicle fire in the area of East Cochran Street and Erringer Road in SImi Valley.

Arriving firefighters found thick black smoke billowing up from a vehicle fully engulfed in flames at the Chevron gas station on the corner. Firefighters moved quickly to help avoid the flames possibly spreading to the nearby gas pumps. The fire was knocked donw minutes later.

An AMR ambulance was called out for a complaint of pain, according to radio traffic, however no ambulance transports were made. A cause for the fire was not available.

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According to a Nixle statement issued by the Ventura County Sheriff's Office,

"On 1/12/2021, at about 6:40 p.m., patrol deputies with the Camarillo Police Department arrested a suspect for multiple thefts committed at the same location within just a few days.

On January 8th, 2021, loss prevention officers at Target in Camarillo reported a suspect stole over $350.00 worth of merchandise. On January 9th, 2021, the same suspect returned to the same Target store and stole over $3,800.00 worth of merchandise.

Camarillo detectives began an investigation and identified the suspect as Oxnard resident, Erick Allen. At the time of these thefts, Allen was out on bail for committing another violation of grand theft at Home Depot in Thousand Oaks on January 6th, 2021.

On January 12th, 2021, Allen returned to the Target in Camarillo. He began loading up a shopping cart with numerous high value items. He attempted to conceal the items in his shopping cart beneath a large duffel bag. Target loss prevention recognized Allen from the previous two thefts.

Believing Allen to be about to commit a third similar theft, Target’s loss prevention called the Sheriff’s Office. As patrol deputies were responding to the location, Allen suddenly abandoned the loaded shopping cart and ran out the exit. Allen attempted to evade responding deputies but was located and taken into custody.

Allen was arrested for violations of shoplifting, grand theft, and attempted grand theft. Allen is currently incarcerated at the Pre-Trial Detention Facility on $75,000.00 bail awaiting trial."

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Update: The Simi Valley Police Department confirmed that this crash was fatal. Drugs or alcohol were not suspected as a factor.

6:36pm on Friday evening, January 15 of 2021, the Simi Valley Police Department, Ventura County Fire Department and AMR paramedics were dispatched to a vehicle collision in the 1700 block area of 1st Street in Simi Valley.

Arriving authorities found a person down in the roadway with CPR underway. The condition of the person was not available, however it did not appear that an ambulance transport from the scene was made, according to Pulse Point.

The Simi Valley Police Department was warning motorists to avoid the intersection of 1st Street and Los Angeles Avenue in a Nixle statement. Further details were not available due to the Simi Valley Police Department encrypting their radios.
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According to a Nixle statement issued by the Ventura County Sheriff's Office,

"On 1/13/2021, at about 1:15 a.m., a Sheriff’s Deputy patrolling the unincorporated community of Oak View arrested a suspect wanted for several commercial burglaries at a local nursery.

During the month of December 2020, Green’s Nursery, located in the 200 block of Bundren Street in Oak View, was burglarized on two separate occasions.

During the month of January 2021, two additional burglaries were reported at the business and it was believed the same suspect was involved in all four incidents.

Following a thorough investigation, Ojai Detectives were able to identify the suspect as Oak View resident Steven Russo.

Russo was at a local business when a deputy driving by observed him and placed him under arrest. Russo was booked at the Ventura County Main Jail for commercial burglary. His bail is currently set at $35,000 and he is scheduled to appear in court today, 1/15/2021."

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